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Title: Spokane Public Library

Dates: 1865-1915

Collection Number: 00772

Quantity: 61 items

Abstract: Portraits and group photos of individuals and families in Flaxton, Grand Forks, Larimore, Buxton, Park River, Wahpeton, Hillsboro, Northwood, and Dickinsons, N.D. and women involved in Suffrage and the Women's Christian Temperance Union. An addition in 1996 from the Spokane Public Library includes snapshots taken in North Dakota by Bob Clough who also included a typewritten article on Tipperary Farm about Harry Williams, an emigrant to Stanton, N.D., who wrote the song "Over There."

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota received this collection from the Spokane Public Library in 1989.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights: Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code, or and archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

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Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

PHOTOGRAPHS INVENTORY

00772-01              Mrs. Onie Hagen Fuller, Janesville, Minn. 1897 Photographer: Snow Studio, Mankato Minn.
00772-02              Flora Blackman Naylor, President North Dakota Equal Suffrage Association, Larimore, Grand Forks N.D. Photographer: Rugg Portraits, Minneapolis Minn.
00772-03              Mrs. Jesse Devoe (Jennie Case) Van Fleet and Ralph Dewitt Van Fleet, Grand Forks N.D. Photographer: Rugg Art Company, Minneapolis Minn.
00772-04              Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Devoe Van Fleet, Minot N.D. Photographer: Rugg Art Company, Minneapolis Minn.
00772-05              Mrs. Adolphus Louis (Ellen Bryan) Dornberg, Mankato Blue Earth Minn. 1910. Photographer: Abells and Stromberg
00772-06              Beatrice Irene Bemelman Hagen, Monroe, S.D. Photographer: John R. Snow, Mankato Minn.
00772-07              Samuel James Radcliffe, Larimore N.D. 1895. Photographer: William R. Miller, Minneapolis, Minn.
00772-08              Professor Horace Bliss Woodworth, Grand Forks N.D. 1900. Photographer: D. B. Nye, Minneapolis, Minn.
00772-09              Wallace Howard MacKenzie, Crookston Minn. One year old September 10, 1902. Photographer: The Crookston Studio, Crookston Minn.
00772-10              Carroll Dale Clipfell, Wahpeton N.D. 1915 Photographer: O. Frank Stafford, Minneapolis Minn.
00772-11              Dr. Adolphus Louis Dornberg, Mankato, Minn. 1865
00772-12             Judge Hobart Graves Orton, Princeton, Mo. June 14, 1910 Photographer: William Ed Miller, Princeton Mo.
00772-13              Benjamin E. Ingwaldson, Buxton, D.T. 1882. Photographer: Jacob L. Skrivseth, Hillsboro, D.T.
00772-14              Benjamin E. Ingwaldson, Buxton, D.T. 1892. Photographer: Jacob L. Skrivseth, Hillsboro, D.T.
00772-15              Mary Evadne Pugh Chiddester Mattox, age one year, Grand Forks, N.D. June 24, 1899. Photographer: Charles Harrison Bradshaw, Larimore, N.D.
00772-16              Judge Joseph E. T. Burke, Valley City N.D. April 1, 1895. Photographer: Fisher and Company, Valley City, N.D.
00772-17              Annie Louisa Jane Fallis, biologist, sister of Mrs. Windell, Park River N.D. 1894. Photographer: P. Ostboe, Park River, N.D.
00772-18              Mrs. Windell, Park River N.D. 1890. Photographer: P. Ostboe, Park River N.D.
00772-19              Evelyn O. McMurray, Park River N.D. 1905. Photographer: P. Ostboe, Park River N.D.
00772-20              Esther Etta Ford, Park River N.D. 1904. Photographer: P. Ostboe, Park River, N.D.
00772-21              Florence Mabel Honey, Park River N.D. 1906. Photographer: P. Ostboe, Park River, N.D.
00772-22              Earl Stonehouse and his sister Ada Stonehouse, Larimore N.D. 1904. Photographer: Pierce and Potter, Northwood, N.D.
00772-23              Elsie May Adams Pickard. Hunter, D.T. 1892. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-24              Mrs. Mark Warren (Jenny Doty) Spaulding, Larimore N.D. 1895. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-25              Dr. Walter John Marcley, Grand Forks, D.T. 1888. Photographer: Blackburn Studio, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-26              George Francis Robertson, Willow City N.D. 1889. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.   
00772-27              George Francis Robertson, Grand Forks D.T. 1891. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-28              Dr. Evenson, Grand Forks, D.T. 1888. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-29              Peter Sharpe, Ada, Minn. 1888. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-30              Benjamin E. Ingwaldson, Buxton, D.T. 1888. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-31              John E. Ingwaldson, Buxton N.D. 1888. Photographer: Blackburn, Grand Forks, D.T.
00772-32              Unknown man. Photographer: Albert P. Holand, Grand Forks N.D.
00772-33              Joseph Morley, editor of the Park River Gazette, and Margaret Wyard with their adopted daughter Alma, Park River N.D.  1889
00772-34              Preparatory Class University of North Dakota, Grand Forks N.D. 1890: Blanche S. Percival, Helen N. Hamilton, Henrietta T. Paulson, Josephine C. Anderson, Florence H. Bosard, Alice Angier, Nora E. Niles, Leuren Cocks. Photographer: Blackburn Studio, Grand Forks, N.D.
00772-35              First Congregational Church, Dickinson N.D.        
00772-36              Christian Temperance Friends in Dickinson N.D. 1892: Mrs. Bonney Dosky, Mrs. Edward (Ellen Smith) Rawlins, Mrs. John Edward David (Nellie Robertson) Brown, Mrs. C. H. Gordon, Mrs. Flor Silliu (Ella Hettie Sprague) Cunningham,  Mrs. E. E. (Cass R) Cook, Miss Alice Abigail Dickinson
00772-37              Mrs. Isabelle M. Dolphin Town, Flaxton N.D.
00772-38              Warren Town, Flaxton N.D.
00772-39              Ray Benjamin Town, Leon, N.Y.
00772-40              Warren Town, Flaxton, N.D.       
00772-41              Ray Benjamin Town with penny farthing bicycle, Leon, N.Y.
00772-42              Benjamin V. Town, Boise, Idaho                               
00772-43              Ray Benjamin Town, Flaxton, N.D.
00772-44              Stanley Ray Town, Flaxton, N.D.
00772-45              Margery Susan Town, Flaxton, N.D.
00772-46              Ray Benjamin Town, Flaxton, N.D.
00772-47              Benjamin Valentine Town, age 7 months, St. Peter, Minn.
00772-48              Benjamin Valentine Town
00772-49              Samuel Warren Town, Flaxton, N.D.
00772-50              Benjamin Valentine Town, Flaxton, N.D.
00772-51              Theron Nelson Clough obituary Boyceville, Wisc.
00772-52              Maternal grandparents, Cora Belle and Wales Stales Tubbs in their Sunday best, Arnegard, N.D.
00772-53              Women with children feeding lambs, McArthur, Calif.
00772-54              Doctor Wales Tubbs home from long circuit trip, Arnegard, N.D.
00772-55              Looking north, Rawson, N.D.
00772-56              English Lutheran Union Church, Stanton, N.D.
00772-57              The author, his Uncle Willard and Sport slept outside the shack on a tarp and patch quilt
00772-58              Grand Army of Republic veterans’ band with United States flag
00772-59              Children in classroom
00772-60              Community Band
00772-61              Bob's School

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